30-minute radio program for January 10, 2017. First of two parts.
Harvard climate scientist James G.Anderson interviewed by Dale Lehman.
In this week's installment, Anderson lucidly and cogently explains why "global warming" is a bad term to use: it understates the breadth and severity of the problem. He makes short work of the claim that climate change is natural,not man-made. And he has interesting things to say about the ozone layer ... the Kyoto Protocol ... and why electricity is overwhelmingly the best fuel, not only for transportation but--surprisingly--for heating too.
Plus a song by David Rovics.
Thanks to Dale Lehan, of station WZRD, Chicago, for the original recording, which I have slightly edited andcondensed.
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